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Michael Clarke and Steve Smith laugh after a question from BBC reporter Stephen Shemilt

Clarke was in a good mood after leading Australia to the Cricket World Cup final

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KP aims to play for England again as Taylor bids international cricket farewell

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Grant Elliott celebrates hitting a six to win the Cricket World Cup semi-final against South Africa

COMMENT: Don’t be alarmed about all this fighting talk, we New Zealanders don’t hate our neighbours from across the ditch

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A close-up of Wade's tattoo of Phillip Hughes

Wade's tribute to Hughes was seen during Victoria's Sheffield Shield title triumph on Wednesday

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Australian batsman Steve Smith celebrates his century against India

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Today Show presenter Karl Stefanovic

The fan named Kartik responds by telling Stefanovic he might be out of a job pretty soon

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Grant Elliott celebrates after hitting the winning runs to take New Zealand to the final

The manner in which the match was played and its immediate aftermath enacted were as important as the deeds it contained

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Kevin Pietersen

The controversial batsman recently agreed a release from the majority of his Indian Premier League contract with Sunrisers Hyderabad

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England captain Alastair Cook waits to bat during a nets session at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo

South African born batsman is looking increasingly likely to return to the fold

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Aaron Finch

The winner will meet New Zealand in the final

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Despite his enthusiasm, Kevin Pietersen’s return to the England Test team is a rather long shot

Pietersen is determined to return to the England set-up and his availability to play country cricket is another step towards that goal

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Grant Elliott celebrates hitting a six to win the Cricket World Cup semi-final against South Africa

South Africa 281-5 (43 overs), New Zealand 299-6 (42.5 overs)

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At various points recently he has been doubted and admired, suspected and praised, loathed and loved

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Kevin Pietersen is in talks to return to the England team

COMMENT: Pietersen getting back into the England team is a rather long shot

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Eoin Morgan leads his side off the pitch after their defeat to Bangladesh

Many of the players in the last four are the Test men who adapt their games

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Martin Guptill’s innings of 237 not out made the headlines

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Australia face India and New Zealand play South Africa in final four

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Martin Gupthill celebrates reaching his double-century against West Indies

New Zealand 393-6 (50 overs), West Indies 250 all-out (30.3 overs)

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Shane Watson and Glenn Maxwell celebrate Australia’s win over Pakistan

Pakistan 213 Australia 216-4

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Michael Clarke and Steve Smith laugh after a question from BBC reporter Stephen Shemilt
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Grant Elliott celebrates hitting a six to win the Cricket World Cup semi-final against South Africa
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A close-up of Wade's tattoo of Phillip Hughes
Matthew Wade ed pays tribute to his former team-mate
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Indian fans cheer on the national side in the World Cup semi-final against Australia
Karl Stefanovic criticised for asking Indian cricket supporter 'who's manning the 7-Eleven?'
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